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  1. # 47 The Old Blood Master Wolfenstein: The Old Blood Ah now here's a satisfying and challenging platinum to get, especially after my last two easy games. Wolfenstein: The Old Blood has a similar trophy list to its sequel, The New Order, so if you've plat that one you'll be confident to finish this one. Although you can technically get the Platinum for this game in one play through, I wouldn't recommend it (especially if you're as casual FPS player) as Old Blood feels more challenging and longer than New Order, especially the first part. It has more stealth sequences and Ubercommandos that can make it really certain levels really challenging, especially if your're playing it in on high difficultly. You'll also have to find all collectibles, all nightmare missions, all perks and saved one of the side character (and you do need to saved both, as they each unlocked an challenge map). Fortunately the game has two saving grace, first you do not need to beat the whole game on Uber difficulty, as you merely need to beat the final level again on that difficult, its somewhat of an export. You also don't need to get platinum medals on all the challenges maps, which is set on Uber difficulty. This is a huge relief as gold medals are set on 'I am Death Incarnated' Difficulty, it's still challenging but if you watch some video guides, you'll get the hang of it. Great Platinum, just not recommended for beginners.
  2. That's a good question, normally I would say Everyone's gone to the Rapture (mainly because of your character's snail pace speed) or Murdered: Soul Suspect because its entirely a collectathon. But these games I got what I expected, TellTale's Guardian of the Galaxy on the other hand was so boring, yet it shouldn't have been, I mean ITS THE FRINKING GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY, its should have been excited!
  3. #45 This Pattern is Mine Everybody's Gone to the Rapture No, this is not a Bioshock spin off (though I wish it were). This is essentially a walking simulator were you travel around the English country side trying to figure out whats happen to all the town-folks. The game is pretty simple, though you do need to beat the game at least twice, once for Open Ended, and then again for Completionist, and don't forget Radio Enthusiast as it is a separate collection run from Completionist as the trophy describes. Speaking of which, Completionist is the most tedious trophy in the game as there is so much to find in this game even though the map is quite small, you're character walks at snail pace. Fortunately all the other trophies are really easy. Just remember once you enter the bunker you cannot backtrack, so just make a separate save file just in case. I had some issues with my save filea as the game only saves automatically after an manual story scene, not after finding an collectible or anything else. So after reloading my backup file, it did not register two collectibles that I got last. After replaying this game, I must say its pretty good with its story telling, ever though I initially though it was very boring. Its certainly not an game for everyone but if you like mystery games or just an easy plat, then you'll like it, and its better than my next game.... #46 Moving On Murdered: Soul Suspect Another easy game that I've should have platinum awhile ago, and like Rapture, it can be difficult to get into due to its mediocre/boring detective story. The game play is ok, but alot of the characters are cliches and there's just not enough to do in this semi-open world game. As for the trophy list, well you just got to make sure you find and do everything in the game, but unlike Rapture, the collectibles are easy to find and most of the cases are easy to solve. Just keep in mind you cannot go back to the museum, so do everything there, and of course you cannot back track once you start the last level, so use the back up save file technique as mention before. Fun fact; This game was made by Airtight Games, the same studio that made Dark Void. Unfortunatly Murdered: Soul Suspect would be their last game as they shut down one month after release.
  4. Got my second PS4, though I decided to go with the slim since its cheaper and has better storage space. Beside I don't have a 4K TV.

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    2. AlchemistWer


      Wow pretty nice, thanks for the info! since I don't want delete some games after got the platinum, the hard drive method is the best bet I can do.

    3. skateak


      Oh man, it is the best. I have a data limit too so I can't just be deleting and downloading games. Was getting close to buying another external drive sometime in the future. I have plenty of 30+GB games to download.

    4. AlchemistWer


      Yeah and more nowadays people need more storage space and the demand increase every year. I hope if Sony think in realese another handle console, let people use any storage card.

  5. Just got two new indie games from PS Store sale.
  6. Anthem; The child of Warframe and Destiny, and then abandon to EA.

  7. Thank you Rebel Taxi for teaching me how awesome Anarchy Reign soundtrack is.
  8. Ok, I promise, this is the last Collector edition I will ever buy. Though I had to trade in Black ops 4, Just Cause 3 and The Last of Us Remastered because I already had a digital copy of the latter two. I was very fortunate to get this one because it was the last one in store stock, and I didn't even pre-ordered it.
  9. Without question that would be my hard copy of Destiny 1. Mainly because of three reasons: 1. Its one of my first PS4 game and one of my favorite. 2. Is a Playstation bundle pack that came with my white PS4 console. 3. Its signed by Nathan Fillian, who plays Cayde-6!
  10. Maybe 2 and 3 (but with no multiplayer), but Mass Effect 1 has not aged well at all. Mainly because of it control scheme and some game play elements. Mass Effect is one of those series that has a great concept, with generally good execution. Just remember, the biggest problem has always been, that it is publish by EA, the worst video game company of all.
  11. Is a real stretch face, but likes XJ-9.😃
  12. For now, I'm going to focus on my completion rate until I reach 50% before I play another new game.

    1. LucianaRosethorn


      Good Luck! Make sure you still enjoy games and if you ever feel like starting a game don't hold back. =)

    2. ee28max


      Good luck. Slow and steady wins the race. 

    3. gruffiiti


      Good news is you have tons of choice already on your profile to work with. :)

  13. Short list this year, just ten Platinum's. 1. Far Cry 3 (PS3) - January 14th 2. Uncharted 3: Drake's Deception (PS3) - January 14th 3. God Of War: Ghost of Sparta (PS3) - February 2nd 4. Batman: Arkham Asylum (PS3) - February 8th 5. Watch Dogs (PS3) - February 8th 6. Mass Effect 2( PS3) - April 22nd 7. Life is Strange: Before The Storm (PS4) - May 7th 8. Hellblade: Senua's Sacrifice (PS4) - May 16th 9.Telltale's Guardian Of The Galaxy (PS4) - June 5th 10. Assassin's Creed Unity (PS4) - July 17th Had to slow down during the school year to focus, but I make no promised to accelerate.
  14. Honestly, 2018 was not a great year for me personally as I had a lot of personnel issues to deal with, especially at the start of the year. Which is why I greatly reduce my playtime and trophy hunting time alot recently so I can focus on school work. Fortunately things are starting to turn around lately and I've been focusing on my completion rate instead of my platinum rate as I've just reached my 200th game on my account this year. As for my progress this year, it is: Bronze Trophies: from 3,243 to 3,698 (+455) Silver Trophies: from 695 to 842 (+147) Gold Trophies: from 165 to 203 (+38) Platinum Trophies: from 34 to 44 (+10) PSN Level: from 21 to 23 (+2) Best Games I Played Bronze: Transformers: Fall of Cybertron Silver: Far Cry 5 Gold: Burnout Paradise Remastered Platinum: God of War (2018) Honorable Mentions: Hellblade: Senua's Sacrifice, Injustice 2, Assassin Creed Brotherhood and Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus Worst Games I Played Bronze: Sonic & All-Star Racing Transformed Silver: Yooka-Layee Gold: Far cry 2 Platinum: Watchdogs Worst Platinum of the Year Without questions that goes to Assassin Creed Unity Best Platinum of the Year I'll give this one to Mass Effect 2, though Uncharted 3 gets an honorable mention.